224 wildlife Rustic Home Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Aspen Creek Residence
Ideabooks167
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Be wildlife friendly. If you are new to living on a wild edge, read up on local wildlife protection recommendations for your area through your county extension office or your state wildlife commission. Animals that are repeatedly exposed to things like rat poison, insecticides and pesticides can get
garden. Birds and butterflies bring happiness to the landscape. Also check out wildlife structures, like those for mason bees, and site them away from the home so as to not disturb them.Another way to be sensitive to local wildlife is by using lighting that does not disrupt the behavior of nocturnal animals
“windows” — Rowan Walter
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
Ideabooks2,119
Questions2
forms of wildlife. Here, the beautiful planting is designed to attract bees and butterflies with sawn logs as seats to watch the activities of the insects close-up. You could also have a shallow pond (covered with wire netting if small children are around) where frogs, dragonflies and other wildlife could
“stumps as decor” — mtfrier
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks992
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A combustion wood fire keeps the studio cozy during harsh winters. Large windows bring in light and a feeling of connection with the garden and wildlife. The concrete slab floor was made with a light-colored sand and white cement
A combustion wood fire keeps the studio cozy during harsh winters. Large windows bring in light and a feeling of connection with the garden and wildlife. The concrete slab floor was made with a light-colored sand and white cement.
A combustion wood fire keeps the studio cosy during harsh winters. Large windows bring in light and a feeling of connection with the garden and wildlife. The concrete slab floor was made with a light-coloured sand and white cement.
“loc de picturi” — attina
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
Ideabooks681
Questions1
wildlife garden
“rudbeckia” — desertmantotile
Ann Kearsley Design
Late summer garden.
Ideabooks291
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wildlife garden
“Everything...modern farm” — akersc23
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Pocket Ranch
Ideabooks3,405
Questions1
Birds, bugs, bees and other beneficial wildlife prefer diversity in the landscape. Planting native species will help restore the landscape to its original state, and will welcome essential pollinators
Birds, bugs, bees and other beneficial wildlife prefer diversity in the landscape. Planting native species will help restore the landscape to its original state, and will welcome essential pollinators
“windows” — threefecta
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
Ideabooks1,263
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us: Have you decorated by theme? If so, what theme did you go with?More:Fantasy Kids' RoomsDesigning the Beach- or Nautical-Themed RoomWarm and Cozy Wildlife- and Hunt-Themed Rooms
“ideal” — fallschirmjager23
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks10,236
Questions16
These wildlife-themed accessories create a natural look on this concrete fireplace. They seem so appropriate between the two big windows that frame the outdoors.
“panelling, concrete” — cnbenson
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